It’s officially a race, Naveed! Woop woop!
On Mar 22, 2021, at 9:16 AM, scheilla matus (Redacted sender "scheillasm" for
DMARC) <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Congratulations to Chris, for completing one more goal!!!!
Chris, thank you so much sharing the interactive hike trail you've created
I'm sending it to my Scouts from Troop 67 and Ship 550 to check it out.
It's an awesome outing they safely do with their families on weekend or
By the way, Naveed and Chris only have 1 more goal each and they'll completed
it over the weekend!
I couldn't be prouder of my Antelopes...!!!!
"I used to be an owl..."
On Sunday, March 21, 2021, 11:54:48 PM PDT, chrisenglishdesign@xxxxxxxxx
Hello Scheilla and my fellow Antelopers!
My interactive hike is about inclusiveness, promoting the traditions and
history of scouting to the community. I’ve included background on both Girl
Scouts and Boy Scouts, including a chance to see a Scout Day parade from
1963! It’s also a way for families to get out there and do an activity in a
safe and socially responsible way.
The flyer is posted at the Youth House in Garfield Park. If a viewer uses the
QR code, they are taken to a page which provides history around the Youth
House (Check it out!), and a map to the next destination. When they get
there, they’ll need to find a tag with a QR code that will send them to a
page about that location’s history, and so on. The full, roundtrip urban hike
is 2.5 miles, with 10 points of interest in all.
Here’s the website. You can use the menu at the top to see all the locations.
I also worked with our local city historian, our public library for their
historical photo collection, and in some cases with individuals who were
personally involved with a location.
I’ve attached the flyer, a picture of the tags, and how I have them posted. I
had so much fun putting this together, I wanted to share with all my Antelope